The desire to return to God in all things creates within us the need to consecrate to Him all that we are and all that we have, establishing a Covenant with Him. It is the personal offering of ourselves and all that we have to God, accepting His Will in our lives day by day, because we understand that we are His children and that our life is a gift from Him. It implies a commitment to change personally, for we must begin to act as true children of God in all things.
By the grace that is poured into our hearts through Consecration, we decide we must stop offending God in all things and die to ourselves and to the things of this world that are not of Him, every day, one day at a time, sustained by His Grace which He communicates to us through the Sacraments, especially Reconciliation and the Holy Eucharist.
It is the prayer that springs from the Holy Spirit from our heart, where God dwells, and helps us to know Him and love Him more each day, as we establish a trusting and loving relationship with Him. The Mission promotes only two main prayers that it asks are prayed daily individually, and once a week in community: The Morning Prayers and the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary for the conversion and peace in the world. The Mission likewise seeks the establishment of prayer cenacles or groups under the promise of Our Lord Jesus: “In truth I tell you if two of you on earth agree to ask anything at all, it will be granted to you by my Father in heaven. For where two or three meet in my name, I am there among them” (Mt 18, 19-20).
The Mission urges all its members not to remain indifferent to the various situations and problems that arise in society. Rather each one, according to the talents, gifts and privileges that God has given them, should become a lit candle to testify to others that God exists and He loves us, for “faith is quite dead if good deeds do not go with it” (Jas 2,17). Therefore, we promote the following programs: Home Enthronement of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Missionary Action-Home Visits, Youth and Children Groups, Groups of Arimatheans and Daughters of Mary Magdalene and Perpetual Adoration to the Blessed Sacrament.